Map of Klerksdorp, North West Province
Klerksdorp Map - Klerksdorp detail and street level map showing the suburbs and landmarks of Klerksdorp. Klerksdorp is the centre for a large mining and agricultural economy and boasts the second largest grain co-operative in the world. To find out more see Klerksdorp Information.
If you are interested in overnighting in the area, we can recommend some great hotels, guest houses and self catering establishments. Find them at Klerksdorp Accommodation. If you're only planning on driving through Klerksdorp, en-route to another destination, you may want to peruse our Klerksdorp Restaurants before you leave to see if you should plan a stop here for lunch or maybe just a coffee. Also check out Klerksdorp Things To Do to see if there are any activities for which you would consider stopping.
Featured Attractions in (or near) Klerksdorp
Bloemhof Dam Nature Reserve lies on the North West province side of the Bloemhof Dam, on the dam’s northern shores. Regarded as one of the largest dams in South Africa covering an area of 25 000 hectares that lies at the confluence of the Vaal and Vet Rivers. Bloemhof is one of the angling destinations in the country ... more information
The Boskop Dam Nature Reserve is 3000 hectares of rolling grasslands that offer visitors sightings of black wildebeest, springbok, red hartebeest, zebra and blesbok. Situated about 20 kilometres from Potchefstroom, Boskop Dam lies amongst a series of low hills. It is a fantastic fly-fishing venue, offering crystal ... more information
For bird enthusiasts the Faan Meintjies Nature Reserve often forms part of a bird spotting tour and is regarded as a place for ‘serious’ birding. It helps that there are two loops of well-maintained roads and three seasonal dams in the reserve, so that accessing both the birds and the 30 odd species of wildlife resident ... more information
Klerksdorp is a growing town in the North West Province of South Africa that is the proud home of the Klerksdorp Golf Course. This course is the oldest in the area once known as the Transvaal, having been established in the latter part of the 19th century. It is also one of... more information
The bird list alone reads like a veritable feast, and you can hope to see anything from a steppe buzzard and African harrier-hawk to a spotted flycatcher and malachite kingfisher in the North-West University Botanical Garden that graces the University of of the North West in Potchefstroom, the university city... more information
Orkney Golf Course is a tree-linked parkland course with undulating greens. It has thirty-one bunkers and five water features as well as the Vaal river, which runs parallel to the 8th, 9th,10th and 11th holes. It has full facilities including a franchised restaurant. Wildlife includes squirrels, yellow mongoose and ... more information
The Pilanesberg National Park, which covers some 55 000 hectare, is the fourth largest in southern Africa. This malaria-free park is perched on the eroded vestiges of an alkaline volcanic crater - one of only three such craters in the world. The park boasts healthy populations of lion, leopard, black and white rhino ... more information
One of the earliest wildlife conservation research centres in the country, the SA Lombard Nature Reserve is the park credited with saving the black wildebeest from extinction in the wild, and whilst it is not open to the public, there are a couple of guest houses that serve as accommodation in this peaceful ... more information
The Wolwespruit Nature Reserve lies on the Vaal River and is one of the least known of the parks in the North West province, possibly because of its size - only 2330 hectares. The reserve is popular with birdwatchers and hikers. The grassy plains are home to a number of antelope, including the once endangered ... more information